Nike SB Dunk Low Pro ‘Shanghai’ SP

Nike SB Dunk Low Pro ‘Shanghai’ SP

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A remake of the of the 2004 Nike SB Dunk Low “Shanghai” is on the verge of a release soon.

Originally designed by famed Chinese rapper Deng Ke Chow and inspired by the temples and architecture of Shanghai, the forthcoming retro will maintain its OG white, metallic gold, and redwood colorway. For core Nike SB fans, it should come as no surprise the these kicks will also don familiar suede patterned embossing which represent traditional “Shikumen” windows, display signature tongue patches that symbolize good luck and fortune, and even include commemorative insoles that make reference to the historic Luwan District. This ladies and gentleman is perfection at its best.

While the Nike SB Dunk Low Pro “Shanghai” SP remains an Asia exclusive rolling out on September 1st, stay tuned to Sneaker Files for more stateside release details.

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